“The shortest distance between two places is a straight line”. I think I’m having a math class flashback. It’s logical but why do freeway designers and engineers build so many winding roads and dangerous curves? Go figure.
If I plan to travel from point A to point B, I simply trust the judgment of those who have mapped out the way. Okay, so first I have to identify my place of departure, alias point A. Then I verify my destination and tag it point B.
Guess you get the point. Is it possible to begin at point A, reach point B and yet be right where you started without a u-turn? Before you are totally confused let me clarify my point. “They go from strength to strength, Every one of them appears before God in Zion (Psalms 84:7 NAS).”
I’ve had days when I went from weak to weaker and ended up at exhausted. It’s nice to know God provides a departure he labeled strength and a way to arrive at the final destination of strength. Final point: Christ is my strength. (Philippians 4:13)